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Name: Memphis St.James
Date registered: June 29, 2012

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This website was started by 2 women ( Memphis & Pat ) who live on two different sides of the United States but share a common goal .... Homesteading. We have networked with many different homesteading websites that like us to feature their amazing work. We always give credit to the author and point our readers to their website to read the article.

Latest posts

  1. Build a Plumbing Pipe Clothing Racks — March 31, 2015
  2. Trimming a Homesteading Chicken Nails Tutorial — March 31, 2015
  3. Easter Brunch Fresh Fruit Sugar Cookie Dessert — March 31, 2015
  4. Homemade Solar Heater From Recycled Materials Off Grid Project — March 30, 2015
  5. Simple Homesteading Canning Strawberry Jam — March 30, 2015

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Mar 31

Build a Plumbing Pipe Clothing Racks

This simple outline of how to build a plumbing pipe clothing racks is a do it yourself project that utilizes vertical wall space into an open air closet to hang clothing.  Embrace the look by creating a closet out of nowhere by installing pipe flanges in the studs into the wall. The hard part was …

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Mar 31

Trimming a Homesteading Chicken Nails Tutorial

This step by step tutorial of the trimming of a homesteading chicken nails Just as a dog or cat will occasionally need its nails trimmed, you will find your chickens will occasionally need their nails trimmed as well. Though this may sound like a intimidating task, it is quite simple once it is clearly outlined …

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Mar 31

Easter Brunch Fresh Fruit Sugar Cookie Dessert

This colorful Easter brunch fresh fruit sugar cookie dessert is an attractive addition to any buffet table that everyone is sure to take a slice of. A variety of fresh sliced fruit layered over a cream cheese frosting set upon a cookie dough crust is always the right thing to serve as a sweet treat. …

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Mar 30

Homemade Solar Heater From Recycled Materials Off Grid Project

This step by step tutorial of how to make a homemade solar heater from recycled materials is an off grid project for supplemental home heating. It is a great way to create non electric safe heating an outbuilding, shed, chicken coop or garage. Materials needed to build homemade solar panels: Empty aluminum cans Aluminum house …

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Mar 30

Simple Homesteading Canning Strawberry Jam

Making a simple strawberry jam is one of the easiest ways to teach the homesteading self sufficiency food storage canning skills. Many homesteaders grow gardens that produce large harvests including strawberries, visit farmers markets or you pick strawberry fields which all result in fresh sweet strawberries to be preserved to enjoy all year long. Ingredients: …

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Mar 30

6 Months Adventure of Gardening on a Budget

This 6 months adventure of gardening on a budget is a peek into a homesteader’s accomplishment of what an investment of seventy five dollars was able to grow and harvest.  It is full of personal triumphs, failures, opportunities to learn, sharpen bartering skills and bonding with other like minded homesteaders. Gardening experience is often hard …

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